Science and Metaphysics

The Transformist Illusion

The debate between creationists and evolutionists has heated up considerably since the 1957 appearance of Douglas Dewar’s The Transformist Illusion, but, as often happens in such debates, the positions of the protagonists are not always clearly stated, and […..]

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Traditional Forms and Cosmic Cycles

The articles collected in this volume represent some of the most unusual from Guénon’s pen. They could be described as fragments of an unknown history, a history reaching back through prehistory to protohistory, for they begin with […..]

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